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    Default hey guys I'm new

    I just wanted to introduce myself, and maybe get some good feedback from yall. I have been shooting ever sence i could pull a bow back and been shooting but mainly hunting until last year i had a ball shooting my first spring and summer on 3D courses. Today i bought a gt 500 primarly for 3d and a back up to my allegiance durring the hunting season. I am not wanting to go through trial and arror as that gets expensive. I was hoping someone could send me a web page that tells me about regulations and classes of 3d "to help me with my purchases" and what do people look for when setting up a 3d bow. I am sure it is a personal thing so if you could maybe list your 3d set-up / spot set-up and why. The bow I bought is a gt 500 and i am a 28.5 dl, and the bow maxes out at 31 lbs.

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    Default Bow maxes out at 31lbs

    Quote Originally Posted by nov deer hunter View Post
    I just wanted to introduce myself, and maybe get some good feedback from yall. I have been shooting ever sence i could pull a bow back and been shooting but mainly hunting until last year i had a ball shooting my first spring and summer on 3D courses. Today i bought a gt 500 primarly for 3d and a back up to my allegiance durring the hunting season. I am not wanting to go through trial and arror as that gets expensive. I was hoping someone could send me a web page that tells me about regulations and classes of 3d "to help me with my purchases" and what do people look for when setting up a 3d bow. I am sure it is a personal thing so if you could maybe list your 3d set-up / spot set-up and why. The bow I bought is a gt 500 and i am a 28.5 dl, and the bow maxes out at 31 lbs.
    Your bow only goes to 31lbs. Awefull light isnt it!

    Different associations have different rules.

    Here the website for ASA

    http://www.asaarchery.com/news/
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    Quote Originally Posted by nov deer hunter View Post
    I just wanted to introduce myself, and maybe get some good feedback from yall. I have been shooting ever sence i could pull a bow back and been shooting but mainly hunting until last year i had a ball shooting my first spring and summer on 3D courses. Today i bought a gt 500 primarly for 3d and a back up to my allegiance durring the hunting season. I am not wanting to go through trial and arror as that gets expensive. I was hoping someone could send me a web page that tells me about regulations and classes of 3d "to help me with my purchases" and what do people look for when setting up a 3d bow. I am sure it is a personal thing so if you could maybe list your 3d set-up / spot set-up and why. The bow I bought is a gt 500 and i am a 28.5 dl, and the bow maxes out at 61. lbs.
    i ment 61 lbs

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    welcome and best to you in our sport. The bow may be on the light side but again with the correct setup I am sure you will enjoy many hours of fun and making new friends..

    Bill

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